Genetic Testing

We're transforming genetics data into actionable patient care.

Genetic testing provides unmatched clarity for which diseases patients are most at risk. Early detection is the key for determining the best course of treatment & monitoring, 

Hereditary Cancer

Our comprehensive hereditary cancer tests up to 127 genes associated with potential risk for hereditary cancer syndromes, helping identify individuals at risk for developing certain cancers or other health conditions. Results from this test can help define the best treatment and management plan based on the individual’s risk. Early detection is the key to being proactive about your health!


Our comprehensive cardiovascular panel covers a broad spectrum of inherited heart conditions and diseases, examining 252 different genes related to cardiovascular health, indicating diseases such as cardiomyopathy, arrhythmia, vascular & connective tissue diseases, congenital & pediatrics cardiovascular-related diseases, & more.

Parkinsons, Alzheimers, & Dementia

Patients identified with a disease-causing change in a gene on this panel have an increased risk of developing the associated neurodegenerative disease. Genetic testing may be beneficial in the planning and decision-making process for treatment, psychosocial counseling, and support programs for caregivers and patients. Your patient’s family members can also be tested to help define their risk. 

Carrier Screening

Although individually uncommon, inherited diseases account for approximately 20% of infant mortality and hospitalizations. Our carrier screening tests go farther than any other: we do the deepest search possible for pathogenic carrier mutations for over 400 conditions.

Identifying a couple’s carrier status before or during pregnancy helps enable informed decision-making and to better prepare for what lies ahead.

Obesity / Diabetes

The Diabetes-Obesity Panel examines 56 genes associated with obesity and/or diabetes. Patients identified with a disease-causing change in a gene on this panel may benefit from increased surveillance, targeted and personalized management, and preventative steps to better manage their risk. Medical intervention can include lifestyle changes in diet and exercise, hormone replacement, and bariatric surgery.


Genetic factors play a role in up to two thirds of all childhood hearing impairment. Our hearing panel tests for 12 different hearing related diseases and the affected genes that cause them, giving families insight into the best course of treatment for their loved ones.

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